earthmover


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earthmover

[′ərth‚müv·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine used to excavate, transport, or push earth.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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An earthmover had dug a huge grave for the re-burial of Mumo's four relatives.
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The perpetrators later set ablaze earthmovers and tractor in the area.
Earthmover's victories were six years apart, and for two different trainers and jockeys.
The Ditcheat handler's wins came with Azertyuiop (Queen Mother Champion Chase) on Wednesday and with a 799-1 treble yesterday through Earthmover (Christie's Foxhunter Chase), St Pirran (Grand Annual Challenge Cup) and Sporazene (Vincent O'Brien County Handicap Hurdle).
He had started the day off just over pounds 50,000 adrift of Martin Pipe, but wins from that hardy perennial Earthmover in the Christie's Foxhunter Chase, St Pirran in the following Grand Annual Challenge Cup and Sporazene in the concluding Vincent O'Brien County Hurdle put the Ditcheat handler back on top.
He had started the day off just over pounds 50,000 adrift of Martin Pipe, but had wins from Earthmover in the Christie's Foxhunter Chase, St Pirran in the Grand Annual Challenge Cup and Sporazene in the Vincent O'Brien County Hurdle.
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While it's not much of an earthmover, the Nelson Cat Traveling Sprinkler does a fantastic job of watering your lawn.